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    Your 'grail' watch

    I often hear about watch fans and their 'grail' watches so as many of us have time on our hands at the moment (forgive the pun) I thought it might be interesting to start a thread about 'grail' watches and everyones personal choices. It doesn't have to be a Bremont but it certainly can be. It might also be interesting to hear what people regard as a 'grail' watch. Is it one that you will never own or one that you think is attainable?

    My own choices are the more recent Hercules platinum and the older rose gold Victory from Bremont and for some reason, the one I'll most likely never own but really like is the Ulysses Nardin Freak Vision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theancientmariner View Post
    I often hear about watch fans and their 'grail' watches so as many of us have time on our hands at the moment (forgive the pun) I thought it might be interesting to start a thread about 'grail' watches and everyones personal choices. It doesn't have to be a Bremont but it certainly can be. It might also be interesting to hear what people regard as a 'grail' watch. Is it one that you will never own or one that you think is attainable?

    My own choices are the more recent Hercules platinum and the older rose gold Victory from Bremont and for some reason, the one I'll most likely never own but really like is the Ulysses Nardin Freak Vision.
    I have three in total EP120 The first LE I sold. Codebreaker: This watch has grown on me over the years and I love the stories behind the watch. Grand Seiko Hi-Beat: In my view a great movement and a lovely looking watch.

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    Bremont wise

    DH88 - Gold
    The 1918 - Steel

    What I will buy this year:

    Hmmmmmmm? I think a Schoefield is in the cards


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    Quote Originally Posted by S2000 View Post
    I have three in total EP120 The first LE I sold. Codebreaker: This watch has grown on me over the years and I love the stories behind the watch. Grand Seiko Hi-Beat: In my view a great movement and a lovely looking watch.
    Good choices. I've only ever seen the EP120 in pictures but I really like the look of it. Unfortunately DLC watches never suit me so I'd have to rule that one out. The Codebreaker is an odd one. It's very popular and I can understand why but I've never taken to it. So would your choice be the stainless or gold version?

    The Grand Seiko I like the look of, thanks for mentioning. I've passed the Grand Seiko store in Knightsbridge many times but never called in. Next time I'm in London....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebounder View Post
    DH88 - Gold
    The 1918 - Steel
    Nice! I'd have the 1918 in gold and the DH-88 in steel just to be different!

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    My grails (I class these as absolute grails because I will never own them)

    Greubel-Forsey GMT
    MB&F HM4

    Iíve been lucky enough to handle both of the above, absolutely masterful watchmaking. Hereís my picture of the GMT..



    The price? A cool $630k..


    Anyway....

    Bremont-wise, my grail (which I hope will one day be achievable) is an EP120. I mean, is there any Bremont fan that doesnít want to own one..?

    J.

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    Wow, what a watch! Unusual but very cool as well.

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